Revealed: why so many organisations are turning to telematics

Telematics is quickly becoming the norm for all kinds of fleets, according to a recent survey. According to Shell’s Power of Data survey, heavy goods vehicle operators are the most prolific users of telematics with 82 per cent of respondents…



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All new vans should come with emergency self-braking

Almost 2,500 crashes could be prevented in the UK every year if autonomous emergency braking (AEB) was fitted to all vans. This claim comes from the Department for Transport, which added that 348 deaths and serious injuries may not have…



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Stunning new 2L diesel engine now available in Audi A6 and A7 Sportback

When it comes to luxury cruisers, Audi’s A6 and A7 Sportback take some beating – and their appeal has just been given a boost with the addition of the brand’s 40 TDI engine. This 201bhp two-litre front-wheel-drive diesel unit offers…



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Fairbrother to make British GT debut in Ciceley Motorsport Mercedes

Yorkshire-based sportscar racer David Fairbrother will make his British GT Championship debut at Donington Park in September in a Mercedes-AMG GT4. He will once again team up with Adam Morgan – who raced with David in the 12 Hours of…



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Should a ‘death by dangerous cycling’ law be introduced?

A new offence equivalent to causing death by careless or dangerous driving could be introduced for reckless cyclists, depending on views collected during a new 12-week consultation. The consultation suggests various ideas designed to deliver higher standards for cycling and…



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